Not what I thought

by Niki Hare

Paintings - 101.0cm x 101.0cm x 4.0cm

€3,635

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    Type | Original Art
    Medium | Paintings > Acrylic
    Style | Abstract
    Subject | Abstract
    Year | 2018
    Size | 101.0cm x 101.0cm x 4.0cm
    Ready to hang | Yes
    Signed | Yes, verso, signed certificate also supplied
    Materials | acrylic on canvas
  • Nat Rubinstein

    The Insider Nat Rubinstein says:

    "Niki Hare's intricate and complex canvases are heavily influenced by traditions of street art and abstract expressionism. She has a natural talent for working with colours and shapes, which allows her to create incredibly well-balanced works. Several off her works start of as an exploration of text and typography but evolve into a brand new visual language through layering and complex compositions."

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    Need to know

    • Niki uses a wide range of mediums from paint and collage through to photography and video
    • The artist is currently involved with internet collage projects being shown in the USA
    • Niki Hare only started exhibiting this year, and has already taken part in three shows in Bristol
  • Not what I thought

    Super bright and shiny work in acrylic on canvas, including metallic.

    You were not
    What I thought
    You would be

    I guess it happens all the time, lesson learnt and wont make that mistake again.

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    Niki Hare

    Niki Hare is a self taught artist who experiments with a wide range of mediums. Her work explores the parameters of dysfunction, the fine line between OK/ not OK, and the exploration of space. Her works are intriguing and unsettling depictions of the human condition. In 2013 she exhibited at the Mall galleries in London, with a portrait in SELF and paintings in the Society of Woman Artists Annual Exhibition, and also in Drawn at the RWA in Bristol.

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